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challenger, carol shea-porter, the first district seat in the house. these two ran against each other in 2010 with representatives guinta unseeing two-time winner shea-porter. we'll focus on the economy as well as the affordable care act. representatives guinta has promised to repeal the health care law and shea-porter says that contribute to a 2010 months. this is just under an hour. >> brought to you by aarp new hampshire. the first congressional district debate. now, live from the wbin studios, charlie sherman. >> welcome to the second of our wbin debate series. it's our pleasure to welcome democrat and republican candidates in the race for the first congressional district of new hampshire. over the next hour we'll focus on the issues that matter most to citizens of new hampshire. but first, the debate rules. kandinsky one minute to respond to direct questions come at 32nd rebuttals will be given as time allows. we'll be doing two rounds of questions in which candidates will have up to 60 seconds to respond. we'll also have questions from our debate sponsor, aarp new hampshire and some que
's wh'so ecl oumi byb cese? 'sheas -wh! lahi ] t'thtay 0%atal tt cesth - o tnkou ..oewhev yoreoi. inbabechse omheauinco ha y lgh tay chndrey ee i inlgt,ouwari fvo uuscat si. d 3ti cors r dg yo'rfr tinlg inve lt t. e ugngowhee. veouauedod? >>> okay, the election is done, the president is back in washington. yep, he was reelect. but unless you live in a cave you already know that. what you may not be focused on is what's coming up. >> do the words sequestration and fiscal cliff scare you? they ought to. unless somebody fixes this your wallet is going to get slammed and people we know are going to lose their jobs. it is going to cost you real money. gary nurenberg is here. >> the phrase "ugly truth" may as well have been invented for this one. politicians don't want to do straight talk about this kind of certain pain so they put it off until after the election. well, it's after the election, and there is a costly mess ahead. congress couldn't get a deal to cut the deficit so it delayed the fight until now. going off the fiscal cliff means crashing into your home. >> if we go over the f
* shea thank you so much to alison and yuka and rams for being here. i wanted to ask if alison and yuka would make a few remarks. >>> i just want to thank you, supervisor mar and the board and rams for the initiative. it's such a great honor and especially with all the honorees here who have dedicated so many years. i'm just -- i'm so humbled to receive this. and i just want to share this with all of the wellness staff who work so hard not only from rams, but from the school district. it's just such an incredible initiative. maria martinez is also a staff through wellness and just -- i'm just always inspired by the youth and families that we all work with. they're just so incredible, search such incredible people in san francisco working so hard together. so, thank you very much. >>> goodness, i didn't think i'd be speaking. thank you very much for this commendation and just wanted to say that i appreciate your acknowledgment of the importance of mental health services in the city. thank you. (applause) >> thank you. thank you. our next commendation will be provided by supervis
to be preserved. so let's see them do that. >> congresswoman carol shea-porter, soon to be a member of the first all-female, as well as the governor of new hampshire, all women. thank you for taking time out of your morning. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >>> coming up, the other side of the aisle on the fiscal cliff fig fight. tennessee republican congresswoman diane black joins us. plus, the latest on the condition of former president george h.w. bush who is in the houston hospital right now. but first, today's trivia question, it's a good one. how many u.s. presidents have also served as the united states ambassador to the united nations? not easy. music is a universal language. but when i was in an accident... i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcar
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blast in israel since 2004, the last one being on a bus in the southern israeli city of bare shea but near gaza. if this is connected to the current conflicted, there's no confirmation at this point that it is, but this would show a change in tactics from the current tactics being used which is rocket launches from gaza into israel. this comes as secretary of state hillary clinton is here trying to negotiate a ceasefire. she and other senior diplomats from around the world, u.n. secretary ban ki moon as well, trying to come to an agreement. this occurs just when people were thinking a ceasefire could be in the cards. so if this is connected, this could potentially make a ceasefire negotiation more difficult, but also we're being told police are hunting for a suspect. currently, though, no arrests have been made and no one has claimed credit for the attack. >> chapman bell for us live in tel aviv. thanks so much. >>> we go now to the mayor of jerusalem. secretary of state hillary clinton spent time in jerusalem. mr. mayor, thank you for joining us. how confident are you that this c
? 'sheas -wh! lahi ] t'thtay 0%atal tt cesth - o tnkou ..oewhev yoreoi. inbabechse omheauinco ha y lgh tay en ttazi qsoreo th scyicofhitl r rh,rey st at35incari aed, ue eeo due eryasbi e ugngowhee. ha y lgh tay >>> well, there are those who suggested the republican party is in dire straits following its losses in this week's presidential election. tonight derek says the gop's difficulties are almost certainly overestimated, but the party is in a perplexing predictment. >> most people remember when ronald reagan beat jimmy carter. they got 12 senate seats putting the kibosh on liberals. they knew they had to change or die. but it look a dozen years and a bill clinton to actually move them to the center. fast forward to 2012, and it is the gop that must change. reach out to latinos, african-americans, asians. there is two parties. you have the types that really do want smaller government, lower taxes, social issues, et cetera. but you also have the anti-immigrant hard liners and the hank williams and donald trumps of the world who say president obama is a muslim or wasn't really born here.
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. expecting to get a wh'so ecl oumi byb cese? 'sheas -wh! lahi ] t'thtay 0%atal tt cesth - o tnkou ..oewhev yoreoi. inbabechse omheauinco ha y lgh tay chndrey ee i inlgt,ouwari fvo uuscat si. d 3ti cors r dg yo'rfr tinlg inve lt t. e ugngowhee. veouauedod? >>> all right, our game of the week is called the bell game. falls church and jeff stuart separated by less than five miles of fairfax county, started playing for the prize bell more than 50 years ago. raiders have owned it the last two years. what would happen tonight? out to route7, right here by the corner shopping center. and speaking of shopping. the touchdown here is open. jags are on the board early. but watch them here. he would not be denied. carrying defenders into the end zone, fumbles it and picks it up. a good one going. you have been robbed. hold on to your police report as they fall, taken back here. 48-20. >> that is fantastic. our kids deserved it. and as a friendly rivalry. i'm glad that we came out on top of this one this time. >> good job there, coach. taking on west springfield. and speaking of purple, purple rain. p
, there are also two congressional seats, in one of them it's mckuster and in the other one it's carol shea porter. if the current polling for the other races hold and if carol shea-porter wins that race, then i think we are looking at new hampshire here, the technical political science term for that is lady time. one last thing to keep an eye on. here's the last cnn poll out of ohio. this came out friday. head to head, president obama versus mitt romney in ohio. that shows the president ahead 50-47. but cnn did the same poll in a slightly different way. rather than just doing a head to head match up, they also polled on the other candidates who were going to be on the pallet. in that one he still leads mitt romney by 3 but it's a way more complicated interesting result. and even goode pulling in half a % in ohio. and maybe half a percent or gary johnson's 5% will mean nothing. maybe ohio won't even be close. when elections are not close, nobody even remembers who the third-party candidates are. but when they are close, all of a sudden, that might be the most important thing in the world. >>> i br
of the crowds, i mean -- >> once they were performing it looked like shea stadium with the beatles, didn't it? >> roker was saying this was like the christmas tree lighting crowd, which is true. never been that bustly. and that insane. they came -- they were all girls, just about, and their parents. they lined up, i don't know if you could hear or see from some of the spots, but who cares? >> it was a happening -- they'll all say everybody went to see the beatles for shea stadium. i was there when the beatles performed. i'm not saying one direction will end up having the career the beatles did, i don't know if anybody in history will, but the pandemonium is reminiscent. >> we've had everyone out here before. no one has attracted a crowd like that. all the guys, by the way, are between the ages of 18 and 20. in case you're wondering how old these youngsters are. >> two of our young producers were up here. i called them groupies. taking pictures with them. they are in their 20s and still trying to kiss them. something you apparently never outgrow. what group did you love when you were growing u
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from massachusetts for the u.s. senate on election day. sheas got quite the resume as chair of the tarp oversight committee and a special advertiser, was a special advertiser to the consumer financial protection board. what does she bring to bear when it comes to financial regulation? >> well, decide os bama she was the number two target on the banks list. they did not want either of them. with both of them back, with clearly with warren there especially if they get os on the senate banking panel this will many much heavier regulation and she will be there to protect new consumer bureau that the banks have attacked so much. >tom:rom consumer standpoint, though, because we have seen banks try to raise some consumer fee, trying to raise banking fees as they try to make up for the lost profit that they are see on the regulatory side. will it mean a safer banking industry? >> absolutely. safer, more responsive, and protection this is what it is about. protecting the consumer. we've already seen their actions. the banks are very concerned about it they have done everything to weaken it. but
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ahead at the weekends we have wh'so ecl oumi byb cese? 'sheas -wh! lahi ] t'thtay 0%atal tt cesth - o tnkou ..oewhev yoreoi. inbabechse omheauinco ha y lgh tay en ttazi qsoreo th scyicofhitl r rh,rey st at35incari aed, ue eeo due eryasbi e ugngowhee. ha y lgh tay >>> he is out for revenge on a pair of cops and his ex-girlfriend. and now a suspected bomber with an ax to grind is on the run from the authorities in northern virginia after investigators say he planned and carried out three separate attacks against his targets. our ken molestina has more on the efforts to catch 25 years laurence alan stewart before he strikes again. >> reporter: here is the man authorities say possesses the will and ability to set off violent bombing attacks. 25-year-old laurence alan stewart ii is considered to be armed and extremely dangerous. >> to be terrorized by this individual doesn't sit well with any of us. we're extremely committed to put him down. >> reporter: the first of three attacks happened here on the 3100-block of normandy avenue early tuesday morning. his target was a starved county dep
that state. carol shea porter won that seat and ann mcchain custer won that seat so they have an all female delegation and, of course, the r vnoeras well. so this is a prettynonteresting situation where they're making history. and this was a good night for women overall you had a woman winning in hawaii. tammy baldwin winning in wisconsin. liz wet warren winning in massachusetts. and on the republican side you have deb fish erwining the seat in nebraska. these are four new women coming to the senate. senator mccaskell was reelected in what was a very tight race. and we're still waiting on results in nevada and north dakota with shelley berkeley, congresswoman from nevada and then heidi heightcamp, former state official in north dakota who's in a very close race. so that could end up being a sizable amount of women coming to the senate. >> two interesting house races. gwen, i'm not sure which house race you're talking about. betty sutton was beaten, renacy narrowly beats sutton. but two rather controversial-- i guess that's the right word too use-- republican members of the houses are in inc
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they shea would have predicted only 69% of the elections they studied accurately. rather, it was which candidate do you pex toekt to win? 81% of the time, voters consensus on that turned out to be correct. and that's because, wolfers believe, real voters know things. >> it's almost like you're a little pollster. >> mitt romney wins the popular vote but loses the electoral college. >> it's a tie. >> reporter: let the pundits predict. it might just be that voters know best what's in their own hearts and what is in the hearts of everybody else in line. john donvan, abc news, washington. >> something for all of us to think about. that's the broadcast from ohio. "good morning america" first thing in the morning and diane sawyer right back here tomorrow night with "world news." good night. [ mitt romney ] we have to work on a collaborative basis. look, the reason i'm in this race is there are people that are really hurting today in this country. and we face this deficit -- could crush the future generations. and republicans and democrats both love america but we need to have leadership -- le
will always be remember as a loving father... or a cause in need of help" alderman matt o'shea of the 19th ward lives down the street from johnson's family - he says the entire neighborhood is hurting. to try and grasp that he could be taken from us.. we thought he was invincible.. just can't believe that herbie's gone" "herbie wouldn't do anything or put his guys in harms way if he wasn't doing it himself" his closest friends say the city won't be the same without him. "i can't tell everyone, herbie didn't need a last name the whole neighborhood, the whole city.. miss herbie very much" he is survived by his wife and three adult children. as the cause of the fire investigators say it may have started because the day faulty water heater in the attic. the funeral will be on thursday >> today was the last date for early voting in chicago. it was also the last day you could register to vote ancaster ballot early >> inside chicagos election headquarters downtown... please have your id out.. you must have two pieces of identification... the lines for last minute registration and final day of
's official. former giant star barry bonds is on baseball's hall of fame ballot. we spoke to john shea. one of the baseball writers who will help decide who gets in and if he just can't vote for players tainted by drugs. bonds said if you believe i'm a bad person f you believe him a drug person then that's fine. no worries, i'm okay with it. if you want to put me in for what i did as a player that would be great. i would love to be in there with everybody else who deserves it. >> how much would you pay for a rare cup of coffee? starbucks is now offering a speciality coffee for seven dollars for a 16-ounce cup. it's rare, it's hard to grow. it's only available at 46 locations most of them in portland or seattle. >> impressive you could say that so well this houro of the morning. >> let's check in with tara and 880 still struggling? >> your mic isn't on? >> i will wait for you. >> all right. i'm back. things are getting back to normal on 880, slowly but surely after that earlier big rig stall at the fruitvale exit. you may want to give yourself extra time if you are going out the door.
this town than anyone else, errol l lewis, thank you for joining us. is the public reacting with shea sense when you see the gridlock and the thousands of people forced out of their payment. >> it's patient for new york. for everyone else in the world to have the mood gun to turn after 48 hours is a little quick. there are people who are gone out in the rock aways who say they're going away from being curious about the novelty of their boardwalk being destroyed to wondering when the hell someone is going it pick it up and get it out of their front yard. we're in a neighborhood that is completely blacked out. it's darker, scaryier than after 911, and then to be told that is the case of the indefinite future. one day goes by. two days go by, and then requirements like you cannot come in with a car unless you have three passages. know that the trains won't get you there. the cabs won't take you there, and you're required to get to work. that's where people are frustrate good there was loss of life tragedy, neighborhoods destroyed by fire and the onslaught of water. at the other end of the spec
to the power that she is assuming. shea announces she will become -- she does not announce but bill announceds she is going to become the chair of the task force, the most important initiative of the administration. basically suppresses the instinct of a variety of people in the white house who say we should do welfare reform first because it will win over a bunch of conservatives and that gives us credibility to go forward. she says no. health-care reform first. she goes and visits a few democratic senators and says we will do all by ourselves. we won't compromise. we will get 100% of what we want and demonize the republicans who oppose us like bill bradley and patrick moynihan. how can you talk this way? we have to work with these people but she insists we will have 100%, not 95%. people like john chaffee, senator, republican from rhode island and other people who were willing to go, no. we are going to go all the way. she says we're going to bar the press corps from entering the white house. where the press secretary is. via travelgate staff, the white house travel staff. these are people t
, every day. shea talked to the airlines about it or did try. >> reporter: we tried, jessica, but the airlines won't talk about it on camera and they aren't required to report in-flight medical emergencies. the faa does require airline attendants know how to administer cpr. medical kits and a defibrillator must be onboard. still, no one knows exactly how often passengers need that help. >> ladies and gentlemen, we have a medical emergency. >> reporter: it's something many travelers fear. >> it's a scary thing to 0 think each and every one of us is at risk. >> reporter: this woman's mother needed medical attention on a plane. >> we never expected her to die. she was on a trip. she was supposed to come home the next week. >> reporter: just minutes after the flight took off in phoenix, the 74-year-old went into cardiac arrest. a retired emt who happened to be on the same flight stepped in to help but was unable to revive her. >> he could have turned around. >> reporter: the pilot decided d to continue on with 50 minutes left in the flight landing as scheduled in ontario, califor
with me today. a real-life black person from maine. joining me now via skype. shea student boulet writer of the blog black girl in maine. nice to see you. >> nice to be here. thank you. >> so shea, tell me what did you think he when you first heard these comments? >> i was literally on my way into a board meeting and i heard the comments and i was just stunned. one, because there are black people in maine. i live here. i've been here for the past ten years. i'm not a native here. i know plenty of black people who live in maine. i was deeply offended by webster's comments. >> i'm not sure that you're in maine because you're joining us via skype with a white background. it's possible that you're just in brooklyn. i'm going to take your word for it. but look, i was just at bays college a couple of years ago. there was sort of an active african-american community there. it seems often in communities where there are small black communities, those communities have to be even more robust because they're small. do you find that to be true in. >> absolutely. absolutely. i have, i would say, a dee
profit taking today. there's technology down 1.25%. michael shea, why the selling? why no bounce today after the biggest down day of the year yesterday? >> because there hasn't been much in the way of resolution. we got bad news out of europe. there's grave concern about taxes. you know, that's been talked about ad nauseam today. there's also, as you mentioned, technical levels only come in play when they're big technical levels. we are at them. there's one more technical level you should know. that is, we are almost at 50% retracement between our lowest low, which is 1266, before our highest high, which was 1474. we're about ten points away from that. 50% retracements. again, those are big numbers. >> all the traders on the floor of the new york stock exchange did well in their math classes in high school and college. you should know that. eric, what do we do here? are you ready to start to step in? i know you go long and short simultaneously. the bias up or down? >> i think the bias is flat to down. given the problems with the fiscal cliff coming up, i do think evenly politicians wil
for the rest of the holiday season in the national retail federation matt shea says if congress cannot come to a resolution on the fiscal cliff their estimates could be revised downward or go upward if we come to some kind of resolution before christmas. larry? >> courtney reagan, appreciate it. >>> so thanksgiving sales look pretty good. what about the tax cliff and a whacked out congress that is totally unpredicted? who can prophesy the future? the author of "get rich from obama" joins us. rebecca, i want to ask you, i'm kind of looking for optimism because i think the consumer spending numbers are pretty good. housing numbers are improving, but you do have this whacked out fiscal cliff. where do you stand on all of this? >> i think washington has the ability to give this economy momentum, new home sales are ticking higher and consumer confidence now at a five-year high, kind of amazing, so we have everything in place. just need to get rid of this congressional question mark overhanging everything, and then i think we could actually have an okay year next year. >> are you worried about bu
the crime scene back in 2009. melody osheroff and her father were struck by edward shea first motorcycle. melody father had to have one of his leg amputated. schaefer was convicted on charges of murder in vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. he later died in san quentin state prison, where he was serving his sentence. the family sued the city of novato, claiming the city had not properly maintained a road or the sidewalk. >> a 50 year-old accused of killing a man and injuring a police officer in san jose will be tried as adults is the video of the the lead partner, johnson will banks who was in court last is before the november 16th cries the evencrimes he allegedy committed to >> a 92 year old woman has been the fourth person to die in a soup made with poisonous mushrooms early this month at a senior care facility the sheriff's department iidentified the woman as start the heart. three others at the old age bill care facility in luminous died from eating mushrooms in what shares police was an accident. all the victims were sickened earlier this month. the caretaker made the suit fr
or a bank, guys. she got all of it from zap poe ceo tony shea. 20 minutes you will hear from him and his $350 million bet, private bet, sue, on revitalizing sin city. back to you. >> fantastic. great story, jane. look forward to hearing more of it a little bit later today. >>> meantime, to the bond market, treasuries pulling back a little bit today. what does that tell us about the presidential race, if anything at all? jim muir yo director at tjm institutional service and cnbc contributor. so jim, what's the bond market telling you about how this election may turn out? >> i think you got to look at it for the last two weeks and not just today. i think the bond market, people started buying it in anticipation of obama win. i don't think the weakness today means they are staying is more likely that is a romney whip. i think what's more likely, they bought all the bonds they wanted, now they are in wait and see mode and some nerves creep in and then you start to say to yourself what if, you cover a little bit of your position, that's what's weighing a little bit on treasuries today. >> wha
at these focus groups and what shea they said, is the case baked in ohio for one of the two candidates? >> it's a challenge for barack obama to win over the men. it's a challenge for mitt romney to win over the women. you heard it with your own ears. it's whiplash. the gender has an impact, age has an impact. ethnicity has an impact and income has an impact. this is ground zero. $30 million were spent in the last week alone. i'm told they're coming close to the $200 million mark in ohio for the campaign. that is unprecedented. voters have had enough. i just got here a couple hours ago. i was in ohio a few days ago. i turn on the tv and every single ad is a political ad. they've had it. >> both candidates are coming to ohio. can that make a difference? is this capable of changing wherever it is now? >> let me be clear because i want to change a misconception among viewers. there are no undecided voters anymore. everybody has an opinion, a leaning. charlie, the difference is there are some people who haven't absolutely decided whether they're going to vote. there's another segment who lean eith
. dennis: how long will it take full airline service to be restored? joining us on the road is mary shea of low, an attorney and former inspector general of the department of transportation. thank you for being with us. i remember they talked about no red tape and a passed ball that but one party airport could be facing some real inspection problems before it can fully reopened. >> that is right. there was good news that one of the runways opened and they have about flights in and out of la guardia. what has to happen after a disaster like sandy is the faa has to be sure that runways do not endanger flights and runway lighting systems and the guidance systems for the aircraft, air traffic control did not sustain damage. they can be rapidly repaired. just takes money from the federal trust fund to do it. it will be a while before they can resume full service unless the faa finds with a few minor repairs it can be opened. the other thing is a sidewalk that makes sure there are no free object on the runway that can cause damage and that can be done in a matter of minutes. just hanging on wh
, carol share shea-porter and senators kelly ayotte, to form the first-ever congressional delegation. the granite state elected a female governor last night. that is the fox news minute. back to tracy. tracy: uma pemmaraju, thank you very much. >> you're welcome. lori: speaking of all girls, here is three of us. you have got gold hovering near the flat line after hitting two week highs earlier today on news of course of president obama's re-election and expectations of more money, more money, more money. sandra smith with the details in today's trade. that is what it is all about, isn't it, sandra? >> that is what is was all about. you saw gold, back into positive territory. but we got huge surge in gold and precious metal prices overnight after the election was won by president obama and into this morning. intraday chart. we saw it actually fall below. gold is back up a little bit. seeing volatility. and originally, based on expectations that with president obama serving another term, that we could possibly see more quantitative easing easing by the fed. that would be bad for the u.
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